5 memories of the Jewish Kitchen
It is often strange to see a restaurant or a cookbook portrayed as “Jewish food”. Jewish food is as diverse as Jewish people – Indian and Moroccan spices as well as Russian or Polish influences. But Jewish food – everywhere – a labour of love.
Students in cooking school, Jerusalem, Israel, 1960’s Photo: Leni Sonnenfeld
Preparing a meal at the kitchen of the children’s home in Selvino, Italy, c.1946. Courtesy of the Committee of Former Selvino Children, through Alexander Sarel
Mother and daughter (former refugees) cooking together, New York, USA, 1950s Photo: Herbert Sonnenfeld
Preparing food at the agricultural farm named after the Jewish partisan Yoseph Glazman in Welheim near Munich, Germany, 1946. Photo: Zvi Kadushin
Woman cooking in a wedding, Azerbaijan (USSR) 1978. Courtesy of Tehila Danilov, Israel